At the private receptions in ancient Greece, women did not eat together with men.
Their place in the family was lower than men and slightly above  the servants.

So,  if their home was not big, men had priority on dinning and when they
completed their meal, women could eat.
According to Aristotle, if there were no servants in a house their work was
substituted by women and children.
Houses were equipped with rectangular tables and people
were eating seated on chairs.
Dishes and glasses were made of clay.

There were no forks,  but they used their fingers to catch the food.
They had some type of spoons for soups.
 Knives were used to cut the meat.
After years the utensiles were improved.

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